Could someone recommend the appropriate router type for two subnets, operating on two wan interfaces? At present, a FREESCO box is serving three wan interfaces, plus the METRO E interface, that is split on a downstream node and delivered to our destination. The FREESCO looks like this:
eth0= metroE link
eth2= (not in use but available)
The first subnet serves about 250 nodes, while the second subnet serves about 500 nodes. The third interface, eth2, is optional. If a router can serve 3 wan ports, then add it. Otherwise, ignore it.
Budget for a new router has a ceiling of 5k.
The final project looks like this:
->router (forward packets to specified gateway)
Thanks in advance. I would prefer a GUI based router, because I am not familiar w/Cisco cli. Please add gui to cost, if available.
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